These are so much fun to make with the little one. All you need is a few markers, construction paper, glue, ‘eyes’, and scissors. These are all just basically different hearts cut from construction paper and decorated. Your child will love helping you and the end designs can be hung on a wall or given to family or friends for Valentines Day.
Start with the bodies – use a pencil and lightly draw it. Keep adding the pieces using the designs above and don’t forget to embellish.
Such a simple and creative candlesticks that look like sea grass. They are beautiful and inexpensive. Simply take Elmer’s Glue and add food coloring (liquid or gel) to desired color. Remember that the color will be darker after it dries. Paint on a coat and repeat. Each coat will make it appear darker in color.
If you want this to be permanent coat wit two coats of polyurethane.
If you don’t make these permanent you can change the color for holidays, seasons etc. Remove the old coloring with hot water and dish soap.
You can use hard plastic or glass candle sticks for this project.
Don’t think just candle sticks. What about vases, bowls and wine flutes.
Think weddings, parties and gifts.
To give a more transparent look and feel add a few drops of water to the mixture.